Introduction: Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake
Everyone knows about chocolate chip cookies, the most popular cookies of all time. But we have come up with a new way to enjoy chocolate chip cookies, as a cake!
pan with edges
white chocolate chips
Crisco Butter Substitute
(optional) food coloring
Step 1: Add in the First Ingredients
Add the whole Crisco stick, 3/4 cup of brown sugar, 3/4 cup of regular sugar, and one teaspoon of vanilla to the bowl.
Step 2: Mix
Mix up the ingredients you just added in using the electronic mixer.
Step 3: Add in the Next Ingredients
Next add in 1/4 teaspoon of salt, 1 teaspoon baking soda, 2 eggs, and 1/2 cup of flour into the bowl.
Step 4: Mix
Mix all these ingredients up and gradually add in 2 more cups of flour.
Step 5: Add in the Chips
Add in 1 cup of semi-sweet chocolate chips and one cup of white chocolate chips into the bowl.
Step 6: Hand Mix in the Chips
Using a spoon, hand mix in the chips into the batter.
**Warning** Do not use the electronic mixer to mix in the chips.
Step 7: Pour the Batter Into the Pan
Using your spoon, pour the batter into the pan.
Step 8: Flatten the Batter
Using your hands, push down on the batter and spread it throughout the pan. It will be thin, but that's okay, the batter will rise.
Step 9: Place the Flattened Batter in the Oven
Place the flattened batter in the oven. Bake it for 12-17 minutes at 350 degrees.
**NOTE** Times differ between altitudes, ovens, and areas. Please check your cookie cake every so often and see if it needs more time.
Step 10: Let It Cool
After you take the cookie cake out of the oven, let it completely cool.
Step 11: Create the Icing
If desired add food coloring to icing. Then put your icing in your icing tool of choice.
Step 12: Ice the Cake
Ice the cake however you wish. I recommend doing a border around the edge of the cake and making sure each piece of the cake has some icing.
Step 13: Finished!
When finished, you can store by:
1. adding clear plastic wrap to the pan over the cake and storing it in the refrigerator
2. adding plastic wrap and keeping it on a counter
I do not recommend keeping in high temperature areas or in direct sunlight.
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